January 1, 2016 – BeachFleischman PC, one of Arizona’s largest locally-owned CPA firms, is pleased to announce it has merged with Cervantes CPA Firm, P.C., effective January 1, 2016. The combined firms are practicing as BeachFleischman PC, and Cervantes CPA Firm’s employees, including 1 partner and 4 staff, have relocated to BeachFleischman’s 2201 E. Camelback Road office in Phoenix. The merger increases BeachFleischman’s Phoenix-based employee count to 29 and its firm-wide employee count to 148 client service and administrative professionals, including 22 shareholders and 70 CPAs. For more information about BeachFleischman, visit www.beachfleischman.com. Read the press release >>
BOSS®—Back Office Support System
At BeachFleischman PC, we help business owners and individuals generate and protect their wealth with first-class tax, accounting, bookkeeping, and consulting services. Our work reflects who we are: qualified, results-driven professionals who are committed to your success, and genuinely care for your financial welfare. Our proactive, responsive accounting solutions will help you to maximize profitability, minimize liabilities, and improve your bottom line.
Bookkeeping – Our full service plan. Easily outsource your day-to-day accounting tasks, freeing you and your staff to focus on your business. We pay your daily bills, record your daily deposits, and reconcile your bank statements, all on our secure website, giving you and your staff 24/7 access to real-time accounting information...you remain in control.
Accounting – You pay your bills and make your daily deposits on our secure website. We support you by making sure your data is professionally backed up, while you have unlimited access via the internet. At the end of the month, we ensure your accounting data is reliable and organized, accounts are reconciled and we prepare your monthly financial statement for better business management.
May 20, 2016
President Obama, declaring that “Americans have spent too long working more and getting less in return,” ordered the Labor Department to revise federal rules on overtime pay for salaried workers that log more than 40 hours a week. The long-awaited rule change will extend overtime pay to an estimated 4.2M workers.
Under current federal regulations, only salaried employees...